BL-22 Classic Series, Grade II
Grade II features a gold-colored trigger, cut checkering on the grip and forearm with polished blueing and scroll Engraving on receiver Offered only to Browning Full Line and Medallion Dealers Action: Short-throw lever action. Lever travels through an arc of only 33° and carries the trigger with it, preventing finger pinch between lever and trigger on the upward swing. Receiver: Forged and milled steel. Grooved for mounting a scope. Sights: Precision, adjustable folding leaf rear sight. Raised bead front sight. Barrel: Recessed muzzle. Trigger: Clean and crisp without creep. Average pull 5 lbs. Trigger is gold colored on Grade II model. Safety: A disconnect system is designed to prevent firing until the lever and breech are fully closed and pressure is released from and reapplied to the trigger. Magazine: Designed to handle 22 caliber ammunition in any combination from tubular magazine. Magazine capacity is 15 Long Rifles, 17 Longs or 22 Shorts. Stock and Forearm: Forearm and straight grip buttstock are shaped from select, polished Walnut. Cut checkering on Grade II model. Scopes: Grooved receiver will accept most groove or tip-off type mounts or receiver sights. Engraving: Grade II receiver and trigger guard are engraved with tasteful scroll designs. Safety lock: All new Browning firearms are shipped with a free trigger lock, cable lock, padlock, or chamber lock, depending on model, to assist you in the safe storage of your firearm.
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|Last Year Cataloged||Item #||Caliber||Barrel
|0||024103102||22 S L LR||20"||36 3/4"||13 1/2"||7/8"||1 1/2"||5 lbs 0 oz||$524.00|
Weight will vary due to various grades and density of wood. Weights listed are approximate. Drop at comb measured from centerline of bore.
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